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The date on the report is 24 October, 2005.
‘What’s today’s date?’ ‘The 25th.’
The precise date of the book’s publication is not yet known.
I made a note of the date and time of his arrival.
Should we set a date for the next meeting?
The exact details of the scheme will be worked out at a later date.
Johnson had agreed at an earlier date to take on the role of chairman.
I’ve got a date with one of the boys on my course tonight.
Phil phoned me last night, and we’re going on a date this evening.
So come on, tell us, who’s your date this evening?
This is the British English definition of date. View American English definition of date.